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Wanted - 1979 XS250 Front Axle Holder

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by Gee-chan, Dec 4, 2013.

  1. Gee-chan

    Gee-chan XS400 Member

    So the front axle holder for my 1979 250 dropped off somewhere and it is my only form of transport, thus I am utterly stuck.

    I looked online for the part, but can't find one, and I don't have enough knowledge on the matter to know which parts would be compatible.

    No-one would happen to have one to sell would they? From a pair of knacked forks or something?
    Or heck, if someone could inform me which equivalent from a different model would fit, then that would be equally good (assuming I can find one...)

    Thanks in advance.
  2. xschris

    xschris XS400 Guru Top Contributor

    Find the part number and do a google search of the number. Then you will see all the bikes it was used on.:)
  3. Gee-chan

    Gee-chan XS400 Member

    That was the first thing I did. All I get are sites saying that they don't have it in stock and that it is a redundant part.

    The part number is: 1E7-23167-00
  4. xschris

    xschris XS400 Guru Top Contributor

    I think the xs360/400 used the same size axle there must be a lot of them around. Have you tried ebay?
  5. Gee-chan

    Gee-chan XS400 Member

    Yes, I have and while I can find a few, I have no idea if those will fit as they use a different product code and do not list the XS250, 260 or 400.
    Plus, they are in the US while I'm in the UK so I would end up paying like £20 postage only to find out whether or not it is a compatible part.
  6. xschris

    xschris XS400 Guru Top Contributor

    Maybe one of the uk guys on here can help. I know there are a few.

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